If you have jailbroken device with VolumePercentage installed you can enable the numeric volume level in iOS 9 iPhone volume HUD. Usually your iDevice's volume HUD displays an icon in the middle of the screen, together with tiny rectangles at the bottom of the indicator that shows how high volume level on your device is.
VolumePercentage is a new Cydia release that will provide you with the numeric index of what your volume level is by showing you an actual volume percentage in the volume HUD. Here is the short review of how this useful Cydia tweak works.
How To Setup The Numeric Volume Level In iOS 9 iPhone Volume HUD
On a daily basis, checking the volume level on your device you can see the full white rectangles, or the bar can be empty, a quarter full, half full, three quarters full, or full. But it is really hard to identify what your volume level actually is. With VolumePercentage tweak volume HUD becomes more informative. It shows the actual numeric volume level in percent format at the top of the volume HUD.
VolumePercentage tweak is really extremely simple in use as it doesn’t have any options to configure. All you have to do is to navigate to Cydia, download it for free and install on your jailbroken iOS 9 - 9.1 device. The tweak is compatible with both iOS 8 and iOS 9 devices.
It is important to note that VolumePercentage works for both the ringer volume HUD and the media volume HUD. On the screenshot above you can see an example of the media volume HUD with the volume icon in the center rather than the bell icon.
VolumePercentage is a great small addition to user experience that enables the numeric volume level in iOS 9 iPhone volume HUD make it more informative.